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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 September 1854

AMERICAN. .f.' VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1854 NASHVILLE UNION AND NO. 371 UNION AWD AMERICAN. ! :Viricii iTTuisAiiiGuicK street, j THR"WJ"KKlTunToN AND AMERICAN Is furnished j . iu subscribers, at the following rates: Single copies, one 5?arihalrauct. 2 50; within the ye&r?8 00; at the end ', ft ihs year tl GO. Clvbs Of Arc and upwards t2 00 ( x ttwt ixf one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re- t.-:V.-d Ir,-..l in.tntfl. rtt Oil fnwT,mf mil,. 1 T .o TRIWEEKLY Is published every Tuesday fhuradfy mm SiiurdT, at f 5 per annum in advance; if m.. paia n le DAILY i pub'Jsfccd at Eight Dollars. t3t IHE JUOfci. J liLt (JA3ba 1U .a-' t.'iuutticc f subscription ons iua l uade by mail it our . it pr will bs scut ut of the 8Uts unless the ordar Is ac fanpiuied with the rash. ENGLISH CATTLE, i rPl) Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best j I t.nvl ualue irum r.niiaau. cuiuimio- tlE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, . f.ub Perous, Hereford's, Ayrshire a...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 September 1854

Ztr$S; Till- WJ2EKJL T $5; WEEKL r$2 50 OFFICE NO& 9 ax 11, DEADER-CK STREET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. E. G. EASTMAN, UL C. C. CHURCH, arid G. C. TORBEIT. SATURDAY MORNING, SKI'T. -2, 1854- A CATEGORY. The True Whig tells us that, for itself, "it prefers nothing on the Nebraska question that is not national " The True Whig tells us this in re ply to what ii supposes to be our appeal to southern whigs to join the democracy. Well : Sec if we would not, if we chose, have some reason for mak ing such an appeal to the True Whig, It " prefers nothing, on the Nebraska question, that is not na tional. ' Now the True Whig cannot find, in the proceedings and resolutions of any northern whig convention since the passage of tho Nebraska bill, any expression of sentiment in relation to that bill which it will dare pronounce national It can find mush in the proceedings or northern democratic convention on tho same subject which t will be compelled to endorse and approve. True, it can occasiona...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 September 1854

1 Si' : it J - 1 NASHVILLE: SATURDAY .nOItMM., SEPT. 2, 1854. South JfAsuritLE I'cnsiTUKE Masciacturiko Company. We wish to call tlie attention, of our rvarlers to the manufacturing interest of Nashville generally, but in this paiagraph particularly to the above named establishment. This company have erected for the purpose of carrying on their business, a large four story brick t. milling in South Nashville, with all the modern improvements in architecture. It combines all the convenience? usually attached to such establish menta and is so arranged as to secure dispatch with economy. The machinery is driven by steam power and the engine is a model of its kind. There are employed in the different departments about sixty mechanics, the most of whom are of the vtry first order, nnd when wc consider that, with ihi? number of hands, arp combined all the advant 3es which machinery can give, we are not-as. tonished at the large amount of wort turned out This establishment has been in oper...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 2 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, sum w. BuniTO-t e rot-wr. HAMILTON & FULLE!!, TZHKESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, Comer of Market nnd Spriiss -c,," NASHVILLE, TENN. i WE bare in store, and are da'dy manufacturing work cf the following kinds, from the best material, tha workmanship of which we warram. MEN'S anperfiae Calf Book, sewed and pegged; and boys' fine - Show, " " ,4 'gjp Boots, double front and sole; single " " " a ii a Thick Boots, double sale; NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women' Plantation Swies; House Servants' Shoes; Youths' and children's coar?e and fine shoes; AUSO LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and fogged; " Morocco " ,. . a " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a ceneral assortment of Stock; . . All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can now be bought, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER. N.B.-Wehave engaged the services of an "P? Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds effort to order. . . ... ,, j!.nf,h. ST l Repairing neatly done wim an po.-. r '54 Ujan...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 September 1854

R It A N. :t -i vol. xxv. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1854 NO. 372, NASHVILLE UNION AND AME fell mi" .'I fv '43 J1: ; f UNION AND AMERICAN. 1 OI'WCK-So. II, DEAMEIUCK STKKKT. TIIR WKEKLY UNION' AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers a; the following rates: Single copies, one I mr in advance. t2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end t l' the year $4 00. Clum Of fire and upwards 2 00 per cony for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ctaved fornix months at the foregoing rates. T i Till -WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhurdj .iid t-aturday, at J 3 r annum in advance; it ni. paio n s.dvtnee, G. 'Its PAIL is published at Eight Dollars. fcs?-.THK MONEY !' LL CASES TO ACCOMfAi'l sunstrniPTioso. .m Kerr.ittirices of subscriptions mat be uade by mail i. our riak. paper w ill be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac- rumpantetl Willi the cash. ENftLISH CATTJLE. r"pO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best I llreed Cattle froai England, embracing tlNHISL...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 September 1854

3pailjr um$ American. DAILY $8; TRI-WEEKL Y $5; WEEKLY 2U OFFICE-NOS. 8 am. 11, DEADERICK STREET. . G. C. TORBETT Ae CO. m E.O. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. TORBETT. 1 SUNDAY JIOUSIKR, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S54. LC73 See first 1aSe- THE DEMOCRACY OF TUE FREE STATES. The True Whig recommends to our attention "the fact that a democratic convention in Maine lately passed resolutions re-affirming the principles of the Baltimore platform of 1852, and declaring that 'no new question of national policy which ha3 arisen since the adoption of that platform is to bo taken into consideration by the party till it has been passed upon by the next National Democratic Convention;" and also, that a convention in Ohio has resolved that democrats do and may differ about the territorial bills, and that "the best test of a democrat is an unscratched ticket." We don't know why the True Whig is so anxious to commend thesj thing to our attention. We think if it is sincere in its support of "the Ne braska q...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 September 1854

A -IV to -v fJT' 1 NASHVILLE: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 3, 1854. Tub Memphis River Mail. We learn that the Tostmaster General has declined to accept the prop ositionlbf Cap'. A-L. Davis, to carry the mails between this city and Memphis by way of the river. We ere satisfied that if the Postmaster General was fully aware of the importance of this mail to - Nashville and Memphis, as well as to all the in termediate towns, during the winter and spring season; and was also aware of the fact, that the roads over which the mails aro transported between thi3 and Memph'13 are mainly the ordinary dirt roads ; that during the latter part of the winter and early part of the spring, they become im passable for the ordinary mail coach, which compels the Contractors to use, what is familiarly known here as the Mud Cart3; that at such time', and under such circumstances, the mails are very irregular, if they are fortunate enough to get through at all, he would not for any slight cause discontinue this ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 September 1854

4 "" BOOTS, SHOES. &C. JAMES W. KAXILTOIb. ! rfJUt, HAMILTON & FULLER, TENHES3EE tOOH-'AHD SHOE MANUFACTORY, Corner or Itlarkct nud Spring Bis., NASHVILLE, TENN. "TTTTE have In store, and are daily nTanufacttiring V V work of tbe following kinds, from the best material, the workmanship or whicn we warrant. MEN'S superfine Calf KooU. sewed and pegged; and boys' fine " Shos. " " " " " " ' Kip Boots, double front and sole; .1 . . WDg!e " "'J,' Thick Boots, double ssle: NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Stoes; 1 1 ou Servants' Shoes; Youths' and children's coarse and fine felines; ALSO LADIES Cair Booto, gewed and pegged; Morocco " " ' ' Kid " " " " ' Lasting Gaiters; 4.10, a general assortment of Stock; Alt of which. we sell nearly an cheap as the Eastern article cu can now be bought, and of a superior quality. 1IA MILTON A fULLER. N. B. Wo hare engaged the services of an exporjciiced Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinda ot wort '"ST Repairing neatly do...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 September 1854

NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN. dter;." tj- . i m VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1854 NO. 373, Sr. tit it 1: i i' UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE-No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance, f 2 50; within the year f 3 00; at the end c.f the year ti 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards 12 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived lor six months at the foregoing rates. T .e TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdy and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if m. paid a advance, ?. The DAILY ia nnhlished at FiVhl Dollars. fctTTHE MONEY I Khh CASES TO ACCOMFANi suBScnrpTioap.j Remittances of subscriptions ma? be wade by mail t our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac compcnied with the cash. - .ENGLISH CATTLE. TO Agncaltaral Societies and others requiring the best Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 September 1854

asaacafcoaaat-"--? ; WKLY&oO l DAILY $8; Till-WEEKL Y ?-5; if OFFICE NOS. 9 A.vn 11, DEADERICK STREET G. C. TORBETT & CO. . G. EASTMAN, M. C. C. COTJECH, and G. C. TOBBETT. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPT. 5, 1854. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE. ThoVThigs and Abolitionists of the Northern States have now but one aim but one politics! shibboleth. If it be doubted, read the fbllowirg resolutions, one adopted by the Whig State Con vention of .Massachusetts, aud the other by the New- York Abolition Convention, both of which bodies haw just adjourned : wtrin i m mn". Knotted. That we arj ud- Knitted, That sgint tlia alterably opposed lo tue ex- doctrnies,icnaencies tension of slarerv over one tural consequences involrca Mnf tiio farrilnrirnnir- fro-l in lllft Nebraska Dili, CA1" that we will seek tbe imme.; culaird to dishonor oar cmm- ,,i,t;,.,i . in ihe eves cf manuina, VA UMj nUU ItUVMUUIHirUiM - j ' . Va!'of somach oftheXe and to wuwf 111 i" 'J , M noauls the Miouri compro- erty and pro Uroag...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 September 1854

NASH V ILL E: TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT-. 5, IS54. NOTICE. The copirtnership heretofore existing between the under rigged wan dissolved on the 2tt-i bv mutntl consent. G. C. Tprbstt, 13 O. Kisthax and M. C. C Cirrncn having pur chased the entire interest or Joes L. Maeuso, will continue tha business under the firm and style of G. O. ToRBrrr A Co. The new firm will collect all dues and par all the debts or the late firm. Jonx I, Mabuso, E. CKastkajt, O. C. TOHBEIT, trngijO St. JI. C. C. CncBCH. AGRICULTURAL M AN UFACTU RING COMPANY. We were Dot aware of the extent of work done anil of the vast importance to the growth and proa pprity of our city, of this establishment, until Sat- ' urday last The capital stock is $35,000, and the aggregate capital cmployedj including real estate, machinery and took, work finished, in preparation; lumber, tc, $50,000. There are constantly en gaged about fifty hands. Jn the wagon department a portion of these hands are constantly turning out wagons of all ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 5 September 1854

1 L- "1 tM. r ; lit, 4;:. t . f r , . iv v." r-i BOOTS, SHOES, 4C. JAUES W. HAMILTON E"UO PCfAEH. I HAMILTON & FULLER, - I TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, Corner of Market ami Spring ts., ! VASnVIT.I.K. TENN. WE have in store, and ore dailymiuufaetunugfSjl work of the following kinds, from the HC1 material, the workmanship of which wo warrant K- MEN'S superfine Calf BooL, ewed and pegged; ' and bovs' tine " Shos, " ' , , .. .rKip Boots, double fronf and sole; ,i i 4t single " Thick Hoots, donble sale; NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Sloos; House Servants' Shoes; Youths' and children a coarse and fine shoes; . ALSO LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; Morocco ' Kid " " " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a general assortment of Stock; All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can cow be bought, and otaXhhT.K. N. R.-We hare engaged the services r.Xrwork Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds olnorK '"Repairing neatly done with all possible...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 September 1854

MSHVILI VOL. XXV. UNION AND AMERICAN. , office-no. 11, deadkrick street. TUB WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers at the following ratei: Single copies, ens year in advance. f2 5'j; within the year3 00; at the end f the year ii no. Clcbs Of fire and upwards 12 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived lor sir months at the foregoing rates. T ie TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if no.psia .a ndvance, $6. Th DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. MTTHE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMFANx SniififiRTPTinsj. re UeoiUtiHces of subscriptions mav bo uade by mail t our rule j aper will be sent cut of the State unless the order Is ao- cirtfipauieu with toe casn. Eiir&LISii CATTLE. rpo Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best 1 Breed Cattle from England, embraciusr FINK BLOOD HORSED SHORT-HORSED CATTLE, wltn lieron, iterei.ira a, Ayrsnire ana Aiaeruy tuwa AISO. Kino Southdown, Cotswold's and ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 September 1854

4 . tvt " H ' " latin &tmt & American. ! OFFICE-NOS. 9 asp 11, DKADEBIOK STREET. R.-.. . G. C. TOHBETT At CO. E. Q. EASTMAN, 21- C. C. CHTTRCH, and G. C. TORBETT. W E D NES DAY MORNING, SEPT, C, 1834. "POSITION 01" PARTIES ON THE SLAVERY QUES TION." A despatch dated Rockland, Maine, September 1, says : "The Whig Congressional Convention of this district met here to-day and unanimous'y nomios - ted the Hon. 13. Wendon Farley. Resolutions were -rv,l noainrtthe n-nft-ll of the Missouri Compro mise, in favor of the Homestead Bill, the acquisition 1 of the Canadas, atid Hie couUnuanceoi ine organi sation of the National Wliig party. "The continuance of the organization of the Na tional Whig party I" We bel.evo the True Whig is in favor or the same thing. Will it be particular ' about " the repeal of the Missouri compromise?'' How the whigs of Massachusetts regard the uses to which the whig party may be put, is gather- - ed from the speeches of pi eminent members of the . late whi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 September 1854

1 "rf ' 4 ?31 Sin 4- T We i J NASHVILLE: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 0, 1S54. 3T" We areaulhoriz.d to announce that G.'M. Food, Esp., if elected, will serve as Mayor for the next term. fST" We are authorized to announca the name of Mosu Sixoletox as a candidate for Major at the coming ejection. Auction- Sale or Groceries. Messrs. H. S. Panfcn & Soss fell a large lot of Grocerte3 this i rr.orning at 9 o'clock. SrocK ExcnANOE. There were twenty shares of the Chattancoga Railroad Stock sold at 50c, and filtj shares of the Sewanee Mining Company at 45c, at the Stock Exchange yesterday. Auction' Sxtnisr Duncan-, Morgan te Co. This , house will hold its first large Sale of Fall Goods at auction, on Tuesday the 12th inst, and continue three aay?. They have a large and magnificent stocV, and doubt the no sale will be numerously at 'trnded by our city and country merchants. 37 The U.S. Circuit Court, Judge Catron presiding, commenced its S?ptember term in this city last Monday. We understan...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 6 September 1854

BOOTS, SHOES, &C. JAVZS W. BABttrOS 18 X rOLLK. HAMILTON Sc FULLER, TENNESSEE 300T AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, Comer of Market nud Sprinc ts., NASHVILLE, TENN. WE hare instore, and are dailmanufacturing work of the following kinds. t"m 010 material, the workmanship of which wo warrant; HEX'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; and bors' Bne " Shews, ..ip Boots, double front and sole; n tt single " " " Thick Boots, double sale; NEGRO BROGANS, double eoled; Women's Plantation Shoes; House Servants' Shoes; Voalha' and children's coarse and fine shoes; ALSO LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; Morocco " ' " .1 Kid " " " " " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a general assortment of Stock; All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can now be bought, and of a superior quality- HAMILTON A FULLER. N. B. We hare engaged the services of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds of work to order. Repairing neatly done with all possible dispatch. &p!7 '-4 t...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 September 1854

M7 iT'T'A ""vr Tk'' ITI kWt iKv St -7Vr-'f-r Ttf-jBiil AMERI .1- 1 .-S t 1-5 otry V r 3 -real w - T .3-1 x, nz-dtaix sl ri tiHrt TT- i .tJ- t at 9-r5j lift &S4i. .. i 3 tgaanast J sJ 3 -sd tt . NOo 375r BQaE2JStHPMCB Tsxa, i net S; e:ar.SE tirW-Ji-na t , :H im .(- -". CAN. x irjs .rirrr f -w. : i Hl ! 1 ' -k .Mv .. B I . H B 1 1 liiwn iukhti 3im iW . v B i-B - i v. i . .IkaM .V I . . .f- . - I -Zi B. ...1 l ! B , I . j f1' tiz.ttm" izjrz nr-.t!:-T ar -J s&-ssf ,.u ss ( osMisn jrrraq.rai. -vi& ii-T5 I - or- t aicribtr at;the olloTyljf; ates : Sbgle. copies, one year in dTi ietl fa S;Sltfiin . the. yex ,4j6;,ati! end cf lha Tear 84 00. s Clpim Of &re and apwarda 12 00 s'-spcr copy for -.trts rewJ Hteh? .ofiSuljissaaTi ifiU txre- T ,e Tttl-WEEKLY is pabhshed tmy Tocsday .baredy-1 etpitlaaoee pf sabBngt!ooaSn'3 ,i4le y.mU.,it. oar fpistmbeet wot ol 4iieSttenI Ihs er&ocJ o-..-rwnpsmed.ivitlithecMUi" . . -- ZV-U J.gricjlmncieuo and olbersjjqmnng tos best JL B reod Catt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 September 1854

J ALLY $3; Till- WEEKL Y 5; WEEKLY $2 50 OFFICE-NO& 9 jfrp 4t DKADEBICK STREET. j- " ' G C. TORBETT & CO: X 0, EASTJX,YIi, H. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. TOSBETX. iPWHRSD'AY HOIiKI.VG, SEPT. 7, 1854. AS OASIS. '.The Knoxvilte Regitler has lately passed into new editorial hand3, and its editorials since the .VIiaulT5 WU luitb il uvt Mum., miv w. w. uind capable ot Uunking for itself, ana or mtie-.et-ntlanc enough taerpress its hoaest thougbi-j. How long this max last w.o cannot predict. Tbe tegiikr cannot sustain ahe present wHig party at . same time that'lt publishes such articled as the one. we copy below, from that paper of the 30th nit. The whole article is rank treason to the sort of -whiggery which the Nashville Banner is so iivhn iriously engaged in promulgating: Fkcd Douglas. The Ne v York T,-3tin thinks itquite "orobiWe tht Fred Douglas (LUci nin) will ba chosen to HI a visaaey in Contrrois. create J by the resigaution of Se-rs-it SmH.JidUuitfrv piptr. A very worthy repr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 September 1854

rarjjr-jf a fin Tbe Hen. 1C H. n)gTEX kTbty U'X3TTp STTheMtetIor6ur-reder3 ia cUed to Sale-bf ReaVEitatc in this raonijnp's paper. J ST The OfJ-lbaSB'or Free and Accent4 Masons convenes lh'tbis city on thelbsi'MbBay taw uecoDer. i no urenu vuxjuar mecu cm tnesccond'. lliVUUAJf. (rWe called into" 'the Dry -(roods ;8tore of- Uessrs.TH0K73c & Co. cn 'yesterdiy at 'NcL 21 wuthsideptthERWjc.Sqaftrc arhrre we found .heir sp&doiH -storo-room crowded with' SSo&f - and lusfomeri We were Informed that they wefeltat receiving an' unusually-'Urge' stbclr, consisting of Terj- description oT, gobdi suite'l o tlii market, tnd.particnlarly every description of Ladies' tlresa They have, -what isyery important to the com ort of customers, a well organised corps - 01 "polite ind gentlemen! young men, always at their post' -eady and vrillirijj'td mlnisferHo the wants of their oatrons. .And farther, we ore informed thattteir itock was bought at an auspicious timr, and under . avorable "c;rcu...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 September 1854

... air ,.ir. Ir. , . - r -- - ,.------ -..i - -:T - ? . T. 4 tf n't ;'. -iiw-rii-'" ' ll II Jlffr BOOTS M.aTONlfFumrat. SbW :akd.seoe. "MllFACTORY. GoLucr jfTrsftket and Sprius J& 1. & JSHVjLLE, f EN X. J t CJ. ..rB aaTinsj, ana, are WIW,a'.'";Kj? !d the .-rk.-.fSTn W'whifch sef..-i. i"t ' V.'Ski ".s sap-rWcftPTjwrtswed &feJ rvx, . i r MDgle . ' '.US Tiling ' ittxMl 0'" 2 we SAro"" ' boes; , ottWMd .i:-af oawe Wi, .-liou OIKS' Calf Bnts, Mtferaml peg; . JroasHfen V - v ilof which m inearij a3 choaf. -Wtora article a can now be tawjfetfwfe ofa sujwtfi.'r ;aik7.'' A .-, HAMlLT-iN .WULLER. rmuaii4 atj now prepared to wake a -aoi woik. SiJtTnrieiWuona with B ps suiie onpwn. r'S-lim. , j,.,,.- J?L Jgfmmm'Tsli white snost.j. IiWlwk' Elegit Whiteauii n.i--r JKlttB y " Glove Kid ao; J S . 'f '-'.ftoedj - dp ; uftUe 5bo Giil!s.mnt&B3 Phop-i. tit so. UiJI'ege street. ljfc'rttfeK TRUNKS: ' ' " '"( Tarpet ;t i; and Satclidei . ., ,. , ' Lea'her 1 i-elling Bags; cceivudby RiHAGE...

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